ECOS 36 (3/4) Evidence-based or evidence-blind? Priorities for revitalising conservation. Clive Hambler

Abstract: As conservationists pursue their goals of defending and managing the natural world, too often they stick to their prejudices. This article asks for greater realisation of the types of bias which can influence decisions and attitudes of conservation managers.

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Hambler, Clive “ECOS 36 (3/4) Evidence-based or evidence-blind? Priorities for revitalising conservation. Clive Hambler” ECOS vol. 36(3/4), 2015, British Association of Nature Conservationists, www.ecos.org.uk/evidence-based-or-evidence-blind-priorities-for-revitalising-conservationevidence-based-or-evidence-blind-priorities-for-revitalising-conservation-clive-hambler/.